Energy Stories

Commercial Solar Market Survey

We, the Department of Environmental Protection for Montgomery County, envision a County where under-utilized commercial space is filled with solar. We see parking lots covered with solar canopies, turning

Energy Express 2021: From Fossil Fuels to Fuels of the Future

What is Energy Express? Since the summer of 2017, the County has been partnering with Montgomery County Public Libraries during the summer to support their

Join the FIRST EVER Capital Area Solar Co-op 2021

For the first time in jurisdictional history – Montgomery County is joining the town of Poolesville, cities of Bowie, Falls Church, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Rockville, Takoma

Eco Evenings with DEP and OMG

“Eco Evenings with DEP and OMG,” a series of virtual town halls open to County residents to discuss relevant environmental topics that are important locally,

Local Student Creates a Solar Charger for Everyone

Emma Hubbard attends the Early College Program at Montgomery College Takoma Park (majoring in Biological Sciences) and is a senior at Clarksburg High School. She

The Tower Companies Builds Solar PV Carport to Expand Renewable Energy in Montgomery County

The Tower Companies (“Tower”) is a recognized green building leader that develops, owns, and operates over 6 million square feet of commercial office, multi-family residential,

Partners in Energy: James Wang, CEAQAC Member

One person can make a difference and this series profiles a leader, advocate, or resident who is dedicated to improving energy efficiency and helping the

It’s Not So Easy to Find a Green Certified Vacation Rental Property

This Guest Blog post was submitted by Sarah Saker, Sarah is a small business coach by day with a passion for sustainable living and green

How to Beat the Maryland Summer Heat - 5 Tips for Cooler Living

This article was first posted on April 13, 2021 on the Hometrust Remodeling blog written by Eric Gans - Certified Home Energy Auditor, Building Analyst,

Are you smarter than our Environmental Leaders?

Blog, courtesy of Bethesda Green.     Bethesda Green’s Environmental Leaders Program is an experiential school-year long sustainability program for high school seniors in Montgomery County. The
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